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									                                                                   International Transactional Analysis Association
                                                                         Eric Berne Centenary Conference
                                                                             Analysis in Action
                                                                                                          11-15 August 2010
                                                                                                           Celebrating 50 Years of Transactional Analysis
 WELCOME!                                                                                                  Certification
 From IT President Rosemary Napper                                                                         We are celebrating a second milestone in
                    Join me and many others from around the world to explore the richness of our           Montreal: It is 50 years since the first certifi-
                    heritage—including the legacy left us by Eric Berne and his genius in originat-        cate of competence in transactional analysis
                    ing transactional analysis as well as the ways this shapes and enhances our            was awarded, in 1960, to Eric himself. This
                    “actions” in every moment. For me, the application of transactional analysis to        paved the way to the professionalism and
                    the process of working both one-on-one and with groups is the gift of transac-         high standards we have come to expect of
                    tional analysis—which we give as coaches, consultants, or team builders, as            transactional analysis. The Training &
                    mentors, supervisors, counselors, or psychotherapists, as facilitators, educa-         Certification Council is planning to celebrate
 tors, or learners, as parents, children, or siblings, as members of a particular culture and as citi-     this milestone, and it will be a great opportu-
 zens in our twenty-first-century world. This conference will invite you to be active and to bring         nity for all of us to refresh our thinking
 your vitality to both workshops and other events, including the world café, where we will con-            about training and certification as a quality
 sider and perhaps formulate the future of the ITAA. There will be plenty of opportunities to be           mark for transactional analysis! If you are
 active socially in a beautiful city, to be intellectually active among others fascinated by the           considering taking your CTA or TSTA exam soon, come to Montreal—you’ll have an extra spe-
 theories and practices of transactional analysis, and to be emotionally active through our                cial experience! (See page 7 for an urgent call for examiners.)
 engagement with one another. So, take action and register for the conference now at .
 From IT Conference Chair John Heath                                                                       Exams and TEW                                     Sunday        TACC Meeting
                    This is a milestone year in the transactional analysis calendar. It is a hundred       TSTA and CTA exams will be held 10-11             8 August
                    years since Eric Berne was born in Montreal. It is a fitting tribute to him and his    August just prior to the start of the Montreal    Monday        T&CC Meeting (morning)
                    legacy that we should gather the transactional analysis community from all cor-        Conference. TSTA exams will begin early on        9 August      Trainers’ Meeting (afternoon)
                    ners of the world in the city of his birth to celebrate what he began and what we      Tuesday evening and continue on                                 Two-day Institutes Begin
                    have all achieved with it. The organizing committee is working tirelessly to           Wednesday; CTA exams will all be on                             One-day Writers’ Workshop
                    make this conference an exciting opportunity for looking back, taking stock,           Wednesday. This conference is already prov-
                    and then moving forward in the spirit of our theme of “Transactional Analysis                                                            Tuesday       Two-day Institutes Finish
                                                                                                           ing to be a popular exam site, and we will
 in Action.” All we need now is you and your participation and enthusiasm. The warmest of OK                                                                 10 August     TA 101 Begins
                                                                                                           need examiners as well as supervisees and
 welcomes awaits you.                                                                                                                                                      Examiner Training
                                                                                                           audience members for the TSTA exams.
                                                                                                                                                                           Examiner/Candidate briefings
                                                                                                           Please contact Lorna Johnston at                                TSTA Theory Exams (evening)
                                                                                                  if you will be available to
                                                                                                           help. There will be a trainers’ meeting on        Wednesday     TA 101 Finishes
                                                                                                           Monday afternoon 9 August and an examin-          11 August     CTA Exams
    T Eric Berne Family presents:                                                                          er training event on Tuesday before the can-                    TSTA Exams
                                                                                                           didate and examiner briefings. (For more                        Board of Trustees Lunch
    The Life and Times of Eric Berne                                                                       information, please see page 7 of this Script.)                 Opening Ceremonies
                                                                                                                                                                           Exam Celebration
    Slide presentation ■ Family Members in                                                                 A Training Endorsement Workshop (TEW)
    Conversation ■ Self-guided tour of Eric’s                                                              will held from Sunday to Tuesday 15-17            Thursday      Welcome, First-nation Speaker
                                                                                                           August; for details, contact TEW coordinator      12 August     Keynote (Joines/Stewart)
    homes, schools, and other places of interest
                                                                                                           Elana Leigh at .                           Workshops
                                                                                                                                                                           Berne Family Conversation
    Thursday, 12 August
                                                                                                                                                             Friday        Keynote (Newton)
    Eric Berne’s children—Janice McGee, Terry and Rick Berne, and Robin Way (as well as
    other family members)—will meet with you and share details about their father’s life.
                                                                                                           Contact Information                               13 August     Symposia: Clinical/counseling,
                                                                                                           Online:                                        organizational, educational
    Join us for tea at 4 pm followed by a presentation from 4:30 to 5:30. You may then par-
    ticipate in the self-guided tour (either in small groups or on your own) to visit sites in             General Information: John Heath at                Saturday      Keynote (Allen)
    Montreal that were important to Berne when he lived there. We hope you will join us!                                                                     14 August     World Café
                                                                                                  or by phone at
                                                                                                                                                                           ITAA Membership Meeting
                                                                      —Carol Solomon, Moderator            +44 1539 723356 (answering machine—
                                                                                                           please leave your question slowly and clearly
                                                                                                                                                                           Keynote (Petriglieri)
                                                                                                           with your contact information)
                                                                                                                                                                           Gala dinner
                                                                                                           Scientific Program: C. Suriyaprakash at
 World Café                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                                             15 August
                                                                                                                                                                           Community Workshop and
                                                                                                                                                                           Closing Ceremony
 What can the ITAA uniquely do that the world of tomorrow needs? The World Café will be a                                                                                  TEW Starts (evening)
                                                                                                           Registration: Annie Cariapa at annie.caria-
 facilitated opportunity to explore how our organization can survive and thrive in a world that
                                                                                                  or Cholena Mountain at              Monday,       Board of Trustees Meeting
 has changed enormously in the past 45 years. Your participation will be vital in helping us create
                                                                                                                     Tuesday       TEW Continues
 directions for the future and informing the ITAA Board of Trustees about the potential we could
 create together. A variety of scenarios for the future of the ITAA will be presented for small            Montreal and cultural program: Manon              16, 17 August
 group discussion, and there will be space to add your fresh ideas.                                        Plouffe at

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                                                                                        Vann Joines & Ian Stewart                           Trudi Newton              Jim Allen                  Gianpiero
                                                                                        “TA Tomorrow”                                       “TA Now: What’s on        “Making Meaning            Petriglieri
                                                                                                                                            Offer? Contributions      in Community”              “Respected
                                                                                        Where will transactional analysis go in the
                                                                                                                                            Across the Fields.”                                  Marginality”
                                                                                        next 50+ year? Ian and Vann will consider                                     Can we have unity
                                                                                        the possible futures of our discipline.             Transactional analysis    and diversity as a pro-    TA practitioners often
                                                                                                                                            is a gift, not a com-     fessional community?       occupy the margins of
 Preconference                                                                                                                              modity. By sharing        From a neurocon-           better known, more
 Institutes                                                                                                                                 this gift, we multiply    structivist perspec-       established profes-
                                                        telling influence learning, and bypass some                                         its transformational      tive, Jim will reflect     sional groups. Gian-
 Two-day: 9-10 August                                   blocks to learning as you play Carole Gesme’s                                       power in all fields.      on constructing            piero will reflect on
                                                        games and consider how stories teach. Bring an                                                                meaning together.          opportunities afford-
 Charlotte Sills and Jo Stuthridge                                                                                                                                                               ed by this potentially
                                                        example of or a story about one of your
 “Two Sides of the Story”                                                                                                                                                                        innovative position.
                                                        favorite ways of learning or teaching. Jean
                      This experiential workshop        Illsley Clarke, TSTA, lifelong learner, teacher for
                      will draw on relational per-      50+ years, workshop leader, author, designs/tests
                      spectives of transactional        curricula, EBMA winner for applied TA in parent
                      analysis psychotherapy from       education.                                             One-day: 9 August
                      two sides of the world. A rela-                                                                                                                    Community Workshop
                                                        Lewis Mehl-Madrona
                      tional approach to therapy
                      assumes there are two peo-        “Culture, Body, Mind, and Story: Indigenous
                                                                                                               Bill Cornell and Laurie Hawkes                            and Closing Ceremony
                                                                                                               “Beyond the First Draft: Writing for
                      ple, two scripts, and two         Wisdom Meets the Postmodern World”                     Professional Journals”                                       Sunday 15 August
                      sides to the story in a psy-                          This workshop will look at                              Professional writing often
                                                                                                                                                                              10 am - 1 pm
                      chotherapy process, and out                           indigenous ideas of self and
                      of their meeting, many                                                                                        starts with an argument with          “Finding and Living Stories
                                                                            body and ways to put them                               oneself or a challenge to
                      meanings are discovered or                            into practice. Participants                                                                         of Resilience”
                      created. What does being a                                                                                    some other author(s) or
                                                                            will experience an aboriginal                           school of thought. We com-
 relational therapist mean in the consulting                                ceremony so as to experience                                                                           Lewis Mehl-Madrona
 room? Charlotte Sills, MSc, TSTA, UKCP regis-                                                                                      monly call this phase “the
                                                                            the different notion of                                                                     The aim of this plenary workshop is to help
 tered; visiting professor at Middlesex University;                                                                                 first draft.” This workshop
                                                        embodiment that ceremony within these con-                                                                      us build resilience as individuals and in our
 private practice, West London; Metanoia Institute;                                                                                 will carry participants
                                                        texts call forth. They will explore indigenous                                                                  professional community. Lewis will speak
 Ashridge College, UK. Jo Stuthridge, MSc, TSTA,                                                                                    beyond the first draft. A suc-
                                                        concepts of the role of story in illness, how we                            cessful article moves from          about the failures and shortcomings of
 MNZAP, psychotherapist, supervisor, and trainer        can make meaning of illness, and how we heal                                                                    technical medicine and its parallels in psy-
 in a private group practice in Dunedin, New                                                                                        argument and questioning to
                                                        illness through changing the stories that live                              engagement, challenge,              chological intervention. He will include
 Zealand.                                               through us and those in which we participate.                               exploration, and invitation to      some experiential processes and lead us
                                                        The group will explore how to change stories           dialogue. We will work together with one                 into a ceremony to close our conference.
 Bernd Schmid
                                                        for therapeutic purposes and how to use cre-           another’s manuscripts in dyads and as a group,           Lewis’s key ideas are closely allied to the TA
 “The Role Concept of TA and Other
                                                        ative arts and ceremonial approaches to facili-        addressing such questions as: What interferes            concept of script and build on the default
 Approaches to Personality, Encounter, and
                                                        tate that change, including art, dance, move-          with the clarity of my writing? What am I                condition of our brain to create a story of a
 Cocreativity in Nonclinical Fields”
                                                        ment, ritual, and writing. Lewis Mehl-Madrona,         working through for myself in undertaking this           historical, continuous self. Resilience can
                     This workshop will consider        MD, PhD, MPhil, director of the psychopharmacol-       piece of writing? Participants must bring the            be part of the story, and we can learn how
                     TA in nonclinical fields and       ogy program, Argosy University Hawai’i, associate      manuscript of a work in progress. Bill Cornell,          to live in ways that promote resilience. We
                     concepts Bernd has devel-          professor of psychology; adjunct professor of          MA, TSTA, outgoing Script editor, coeditor of the        do that best through learning stories about
                     oped, including the role con-      anthropology, Johnson State College, Vermont;          Transactional Analysis Journal, widely published         others who demonstrate resilience and
                     cept of TA (EBMA winner            education director for the Coyote Institute for        author, independent private practitioner of thera-       applying these stories to ourselves. Cere-
                     2007), breaking through the        Studies of Change and Transformation; author of        py/consultation/training in Pittsburgh, PA, leads
                                                        numerous books.
                                                                                                                                                                        mony consists of a complex mixture of sto-
                     dilemma circle (European                                                                  training groups in Europe. Laurie Hawkes, MA,
 Scientific Award of EATA, 1988), tuning into                                                                                                                           ries about how change can happen sudden-
                                                                                                               TTA, private psychotherapy practice, Paris, part-        ly and irreversibly. Through participation
 background levels of communication and com-            Mary Goodman and Patricia North
                                                                                                               ner/trainer at the Paris school of TA, taught at the     in ceremony, we participate in stories
 munication models for the organizational field,        “Logosynthesis Live”
                                                                                                               university Paris VIII, incoming editor of The            whose enactment leads us to sudden
 inspiring background images and the use of the                              Logosynthesis™, an integrat-      Script, TAJ editorial board member, author of sev-
 “theater metaphor” in professional coaching,                                                                                                                           change and transformation. Coming from
                                                                             ed approach for guided            eral articles and four books about TA.
 the Toblerone Model of Competence for TA,                                                                                                                              indigenous origins, Lewis has been inter-
                                                                             change developed by Willem
 and intuition of the possible and transactional                                                                                                                        ested all his life in the contribution that his
                                                                             Lammers, is readily applied
 creations of reality. Bernd Schmid, Dr. Phil.,                                                                                                                         first-nation culture can make to main-
 TSTA, founder/head of Institut für systemische
                                                                             in coaching, counseling, and
                                                                             psychotherapy. Rooted in TA
                                                                                                               TA 101                                                   stream society. He comes from a culture
 Beratung, Wiesloch, Germany, cofounder/chair of                                                                                                                        with particular understandings of healing,
 the German coaching organization, university lec-
                                                                             and drawing from various          Two-day: 10-11 August                                    transformation, and the power of story. He
                                                                             psychological and energetic
 turer, author of many books, articles, and audio-                           approaches to guided change,      Vince Gilpin                                             studied medicine at Stanford University
 documents.                                                                  Logosynthesis™ comprises a                            This two-day intense, applied        and specialized in family medicine and psy-
                                                                             model/method that enables                             TA 101 will focus on the core        chiatry in Vermont. He is director of the
 Jean Illsely Clark                                                                                                                                                     psychopharmacology program at Argosy
                                                                             us to reduce suffering and                            concepts in transactional
 “How Do I Learn? How Do You Learn? How
                                                                             reconnect to our true being.                          analysis. It will be run by          University Hawai’i, where he is also associ-
 Do They Learn?”
                                                        Participants will experience the method by                                 Canadian Vince Gilpin and            ate professor of psychology. Lewis is
                    Hone leadership skills and          working on personal issues in a small group                                offered at a significantly           adjunct professor of anthropology at
                    update teaching methods             with an experienced trainer and can then dis-                              reduced rate: $101 for 12            Johnson State College, Vermont, and direc-
                    while identifying ways to be        cuss their observations and the theoretical,           hours of active instruction using handouts,              tor of the Coyote Institute for Studies in
                    more effective in inviting          methodological, and strategic aspects of apply-        demonstrations, media clips, lecture, and per-           Change and Transformation, also in
                    people to learn. Consider           ing the model. Mary Goodman, PhD, PTSTA, pri-          sonal and group reflections. Participants will           Vermont. He is the author of several books,
                    how brain development at            vate clinical practice, Halifax, Canada; teacher of    leave with a solid, accurate understanding of TA         including Narrative Medicine and the soon
                    your life stage interacts with      TA, Logosynthesis™, and focusing. Patricia North,      concepts, which will deepen their understand-            to be released Narrative Psychiatry: Healing
 the stage of the people you influence. Think           MEd, certified/experienced Logosynthesis™ train-       ing of the conference workshops they may                 Mind and Brain in a Social World. (See
 about the role of wisdom in learning and teach-        er/supervisor; TA-trained psychotherapist; private     attend. This workshop is open to all adults,   
 ing and explore ways to deal with sensitive sub-       practice in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; manag-       regardless of background, career focus, or
 jects. Identify how playing games and story-           ing director of the Logosynthesis™ Training Group.     attendance at the conference.

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                                                   lots of clubs catering to international flavor.
                                                   During the summer months, this area hosts
                                                   a large jazz festival. The Village is where you
                                                   will find great bars and restaurants.
                                                   Majestically rising up in the middle of the city,
                                                   Mount Royal is a symbol of Montreal’s her-
 Opening Ceremony                                  itage and geography. A four-season play-
 The conference will officially open on            ground, it is considered the “lungs of the
 Wednesday 11 August at 5:15 pm with a             city”—green, clean, and refreshing. The urban
 celebration of successful examinees, an           wildlife is abundant, and there are a host of
 acknowledgment of the 50th anniversary of         recreational pursuits. Every Sunday, tribal
 certification in transactional analysis, and      drummers meet for a spontaneous, peaceful           Canadian shipping industry but now offers       quality of local produce is outstanding.
 the celebration of the centenary of Eric          celebration of life, love, and friendship.          many places to walk, bike, or shop. In the      Montreal has the great French cooking heri-
 Berne’s birth. There will be welcoming                                                                summer, streets are crowded with artists and    tage but with a laid-back spin on it. You must
                                                   Stroll, bicycle, or take a horse-drawn carriage     musicians who bring even more color to this     try the famous French Canadian “poutine,”
 speeches, drinks, and a jazz band, a proper
                                                   through the narrow cobblestone streets of           beautiful area.                                 Schwartz’s internationally renowned smoked
 and fitting party to honor Berne and TA
                                                   Montreal’s famous Parisian-style historic dis-
 certification.                                                                                                                                        meat sandwich, and beaver tails in old
                                                   trict, filled with cultural landmarks, muse-        The food culture in Montreal is unique. You
                                                   ums, boutiques, sidewalk cafés, and restau-         can eat well at reasonable prices anywhere in
 Gala Dinner                                       rants. The Old Port was the hub of the              town. Good food is very accessible, and the
 The conference gala dinner will be a unique                                                                                                           Surroundings and
 celebration in transactional analysis history.                                                                                                        Festivals
 It will serve as a cornerstone from where the
 old meets with the new, a celebration of our           Day-long Symposia to Focus on Three                                                            During August there is an outdoor blues fes-
                                                                                                                                                       tival, a hot-air balloon festival, fireworks dis-
 rich tradition, and a welcome to our future.
 Come and raise your glass to some of the
                                                            Transactional Ananysis Fields                                                              plays, a Little Italy festival, and more. You
                                                                                                                                                       can travel farther northwest to go whale
 countless achievements our community has             Three symposia will run concurrently on Friday, 13 August. The day will begin with a key-        watching, visit the eastern township with its
 contributed to the world, eat good food in the       note speech by Trudi Newton for the whole conference, after which participants will choose       wine route and fine restaurants, or go west
 company of friends and colleagues, enjoy the         which of the three symposia they wish to attend for the rest of the day. The symposia will       and see the capital with its imposing old gov-
 warmth of French Canadian hospitality, and           begin with an address, then break into workshop/discussions, and end with a plenary.             ernment buildings and interesting museums.
 experience the talent of local performers.                                                                                                            If you fancy a trip into the wilderness, there
                                                      Clinical: “Life Scripts”                                                                         will be help provided to organize such adven-
 Montreal                                             This symposium is for all clinical and counseling transactional analysts. It will begin with
                                                      an introduction by Richard Erskine entitled “Life Scripts: Definitions and Points of View”
 An international destination of choice, the
                                                      followed by a keynote by Bill Cornell entitled “Extra-familial Influences in Script
 downtown is only 20 minutes from the air-
                                                      Formation.” Another keynote by Birgitta Heiller is entitled “When TA Script Theory               Important Information
 port. Visitors will find this compact island                                                                                                          VOLUNTEER places will be made available
                                                      Meets Real Life.” Following will be a roundtable discussion moderated by Richard Erskine
 city great for walking, and can easily—and                                                                                                            subject to need and at the discretion of the
                                                      and including Jim Allen, Bill Cornell, Fanita English, Birgitta Heiller, Gloria Noriega,
 safely—explore its vibrant neighborhoods on                                                                                                           conference committee. For details contact
                                                      Rosemary Napper, Charlotte Sills, and Ian Stewart. They will discuss the concepts that
 foot, at any time of the day or night.                                                                                                                John Heath at or
                                                      each has written about in a new book called Life Scripts (Karnac, 2010). The afternoon
 Montreal is also multicultural, boasting more                                                                                                         by phone at +44 1539 723356 (answering
                                                      will offer six workshops: Bill Cornell on “Script Protocol, the Transference/
 than 80 ethnic communities, and enjoys an                                                                                                             machine—please leave your question slowly
                                                      Countertransference, and Enactment”; Fanita English on “Script Development and
 outstanding reputation worldwide for                                                                                                                  and clearly with your contact information)
                                                      Episcripts”; Richard Erskine on “Life Scripts: Unconscious Relational Patterns and
 gourmet dining. Public transit is a great way
                                                      Psychotherapeutic Involvement”; Birgitta Heiller and Charlotte Sills on “Life Scripts: An
 to get around the city. Quick, safe, and clean,                                                                                                       TALENT rates are for participants from
                                                      Existential Perspective”; Gloria Noriega on “Transgenerational Scripts in Action”; and Ian
 the metro connects downtown to major                                                                                                                  Latin America, Eastern Europe, India, and
                                                      Stewart on “Closing Escape Hatches: Myth or Master Move?”
 tourist attractions as well as to numerous                                                                                                            Africa.
 bus stops and train stations. In addition,
 cycling enthusiasts enjoy 350 kilometers of
                                                      Education: “Cultivation, Growth, and Learning”                                                   STUDENT rates are offered for full-time stu-
                                                      The educational symposium, led by Giles Barrow, will provide educational transactional           dents (i.e., someone in a full-time unpaid
 bicycle paths, many of which lead to major                                                                                                            course of study). This does not include TA
 tourist areas.                                       analysis practitioners with opportunities to share and celebrate success in the field, identi-
                                                      fy emerging ideas and theory to enrich practice, appreciate the heritage and future possi-       trainees.
 Nighttime in Montreal offers something for           bilities for the education field, and enjoy the community of educational interest. The sym-      CONFERENCE FEES include morning and
 everyone. Le Plateau Mont-Royal is the               posium is designed by educators and for educators, and among the contributors will be            afternoon tea and conference kit. Conference
 trendiest area in what many feel is the              Jean Illsley Clarke, Trudi Newton, Karen Pratt, Evelynne Papaux, Tomoko Abe, and Sashi           kits cannot be guaranteed for onsite regis-
 hippest neighborhood in Canada; it has               Chandran. The day will include presentation, group discussions, and the telling of stories       trants.
 every kind of bar to suit any style. The Latin       about learning.
 Quarter is known for its laid-back attitude                                                                                                           LUNCH will be available at the hotel at an
 and francophone influence. There are many            Organizational:                                                                                  extra cost. There are also other lunch options
 bars specializing in locally brewed beers and                                                                                                         close to the conference venue.
                                                      “Cocreative Organizational Change”
                                                      The organizational symposium, led by Sari van Poelje, will offer an opportunity to gain
                                                      new perspective on Berne’s organizational theory; attend workshops on boundaries, lead-
                                                      ership, and group development and dynamics; enjoy the presentations of an international
                                                      group of leading TSTAs; and enjoy interaction with other organizational transactional
                                                      analysis practitioners. Workshop leaders include Nelly Micholt and Günther Mohr on
                                                      “Boundaries and Structures,” Lucy Freedman and Jacques Moreau on “Imago and Group
                                                      Development,” Sandra Wilson and Sari van Poelje on “Dysfunctional Boundaries and
                                                      Dynamics,” and Valerie Redman and Lorna Johnston on “Leadership and Membership.”
                                                      The symposium will also include the launching of a new book on contemporary organiza-
                                                      tional theory and practice in organizations.

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                                                                                                                                            REGISTRATION FORM
        REGISTRATION                                                                                                 2010 International Transactional Analysis Conference
                                                                                                                 Registration Questions: or

                                                                                                                                     Dates: 9 & 10 (Mon & Tues) August 2010
                                                                                             Fees include workshop material, morning & afternoon tea. ITAA members are offered a 10%                  discount for Institutes.
                                                                                             1. Charlotte Sills & Jo Struthridge: Two Sides of the Story . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    . . . . . . . $120 (2 days)
                                                                                             2. Bernd Schmid: The Role Concept of TA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    . . . . . . . $120 (2 days)
                                                                                             3. Jean Illsley Clarke: How Do I Learn?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . . . . . . . $120 (2 days)
 Hotel Accommodations                                                                        4. Lewis Mehl-Madrona: Culture, Body, Mind, and Story . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      . . . . . . . $120 (2 days)
 The conference will be held at the beautiful Hotel Delta Centre-Ville, located on           5. Mary Goodman & Patricia North: Logosynthesis Live . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       . . . . . . . $120 (2 days)
 Université Street in the heart of the city, where Old Montreal and new Montreal             6. Bill Cornell & Lawrie Hawkes: Beyond the First Draft! Writing for Professional Journals . . .         . . . . . . . $ 60 (1 day)
 blend seamlessly. The hotel is adjacent to the shops, boutiques, and galleries of Old
                                     Montreal—right near major attractions, festivals,                                                                     TA 101
                                     and Montreal’s vibrant nightlife. Discover the Old                                             Dates: 10 & 11 (Tues & Wed) August 2010
                                     city and the harbor, shopping, eclectic cuisine, art        Including material, morning & afternoon teas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $101 (2 days)
                                     galleries, and unique architecture nearby. The
                                     Delta is connected to the underground city, the                                                                   CONFERENCE
                                     subway as well as the Convention Center, and                Category of               Standard                Discounted rate                 Standard TAlent             Discounted TAlent
                                     close to the Bell Centre and the Montréal Casino.           registration           registration fee          for ITAA members                 & Student rate              & Student rate for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ITAA members
 RESERVATIONS: All prices given here are conference rates in Canadian dollars                1   Registration . . . . . . . . $480 . . . . . . . . . . . . $432. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $240 . . . . . . . . . . . $216
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                                                                                             Email: _____________________________Mobile: __________________________________
 Delta Bed & Breakfast Rooms (with breakfast): 185 CAD + tax/fees (single), 205              Translation requests. The conference is in English.  Please let us know if that will make it difficult for you to access
 CAD + tax/fees (double), 245 CAD + tax/fees (triple), 285 CAD + tax/fees (quadru-           the conference and we will do our best to help with informal translation arrangements.  We are not able to guaran-
 ple). .                                                    tee meeting all requests.
 Club Signature Floor: 215 CAD + tax/fees (sin-                                              Require translation from English to: ❑ French ❑ Spanish ❑ German ❑ Other: ____________________
 gle or double). Additional 40 CAD + tax/fees per                                            Additional information (special needs/disabilities etc): ________________________________________
 person per night up to four people maximum.                                                  ________________________________________________________________________
 Signature Club guestrooms include complimentary
 high-speed Internet, cozy goose-down duvet,                                                                                                              PAYMENT
 deluxe bathrobe, cordless phone, I-Pod radio,                                                                                               All Fees Listed Are in US Dollars
 evening turndown service, twice daily housekeep-                                            Registration                            Before April 30        May 1 – July 15                  After July 15                               Day Rate
 ing service, bottled water, and access to the                                               Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❑ $396 . . . . . . . . . ❑ $432 . . . . . .     .   . ❑ $477 . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .    ❑ $225
 Signature Club Lounge. The Club Lounge is located                                           Member TAlent & Student . . . . . . . ❑ $198 . . . . . . . . . ❑ $216 . . . . . .          .   . ❑ $238 . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .    ❑ $113
 on the top floor of the hotel, offering a panoramic view of the city, complimentary         Nonmember . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❑ $440 . . . . . . . . . ❑ $480 . . . . . .        .   . ❑ $530 . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .    ❑ $250
 deluxe continental breakfast, fresh fruit and coffee available all day, access to a com-    Nonmember TAlent & Student . . . . . ❑ $220 . . . . . . . . . ❑ $240 . . . . . .           .   . ❑ $265 . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .    ❑ $125
 puter and printer, private concierge service, a selection of newspapers and magazines,      Single-day Registration. . . . . . . . . . ❑ Thurs . . . . ❑ Fri . . . . . ❑ Sat
 cocktail hour with honor bar, and much more. To reserve the Club Signature Floor, go                                                                                  Registration     = $ ___________________
 to .
                                                                                             Preconference Institutes: 1. _________________Alternate(s) 2. ______________________________
 Internet access: Wi-Fi is available at no extra cost in all rooms as well as in the busi-   Preconference Institute . . . . . . . . . ❑ $60 (1 day) . . . . ❑ $120 (2 day) = $ ___________________
 ness center and in the lobby.                                                               TA 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ❑ $101 (2 days)                     = $ ___________________
 No charge for children through age 18 who share with their parents.
                                                                                                                                        Subtotal Registration + Institutes or TA101 = $ ___________________

 Call for Workshop Proposals                                                                                       Saturday Gala Banquet and Dance # _____ x $85.00 =                         $ ___________________
 We welcome workshops from all fields addressing the conference theme of “Trans-                                                                    (vegetarian check here ❑ )
 actional Analysis in Action.” We already have a rich day of symposium workshops cov-                                                                                 Subtotal =              $ ___________________
 ering the four fields planned for Friday 13 August but are still looking for proposals      Accompanying Other or Single-day Registrants:
 from all fields for workshop slots on Thursday 12 August and Saturday 14 August.            Wednesday Night Celebration: Welcome, Drinks & Jazz Band # _____ x $40.00 =                      $ ___________________
 For more information and/or to submit a proposal, go to the ITAA website at                       Sunday Morning Community Workshop # _____ 50% of Your Day Rate =                           $ ___________________ .                                                                                TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED =                    $ ___________________

                                                                                             Bank Check: US dollars ONLY Checks must be drawn on a US bank payable to: ITAA/Conference
                                                                                             Bank Transfer: ITAA Acc# 02817-03706, Bank of America, 1640 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA,
                                                                                             Routing (ABA)#0260-0959-3, CHIPS# 0959, Swift#BOFAUS3N
                                                                                             ❑ Check enclosed to ITAA OFFICE ❑ Visa                        ❑ MasterCard          ❑ American Express
                                                                                             Card #: _____________________________________________Exp. Date:________________
                                                                                             Security code (3 numbers on back of card): _____________________________________________
                                                                                             Name as shown on card: _________________________________________________________
                                                                                             Signature: __________________________________________________________________
                                                                                             Refunds: Cancellations in writing before 30 June 2010 will be refunded less 10% of the payment, before 31 July 2010
                                                                                             will be refunded less 50% of the payment; after 31 July 2010 there will be NO REFUND.
 Special thanks to Fliss Watts for her help with the logo;                                   Website: .

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